A judge has blocked a marijuana farmers market in Los Angeles and ordered organizers to shut down their business.
A two-day crackdown in unincorporated areas of San Bernardino County has yielded over 5,500 marijuana plants, multiple firearms and over a dozen arrests, authorities said Friday.
A 72-year-old woman is filing a lawsuit against a hair salon in San Fernando Valley after she says she ate a cookie laced with marijuana from a tray the establishment left out for customers.
Authorities Friday were removing an estimate $5 million worth of marijuana plants found growing in the Laguna Wilderness Park.
Police Friday made a major marijuana bust in San Bernardino after detectives found more than 10,000 pounds of the drug in the back of semi truck.
Authorities seized over 600 marijuana plants and arrested two people in connection with a large pot growing operation, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said.
A Superior Court judge Tuesday morning issued a temporary restraining order preventing the operation of a local medical marijuana farmers market.
Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer is trying to put a stop to the so-called “Farmers Market” for medical marijuana.
Khalifa posted a photo on Twitter inside of what appeared to be a holding cell.
KCAL9’s Rachel Kim takes us inside the war on drugs that’s playing out in backyards and on public land across Southern California.
Mallory’s mother says her daughter used to suffer 30 to 40 seizures a month. The number is now less than one a month.
Authorities have seized more than $12 million worth of marijuana from several Southland locations, the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department said Friday.
Students at Pomona Elementary School and Tewinkle Intermediate School reported becoming nauseous after eating brownies shared with them by another student.
Southern California Edison has settled a lawsuit filed by two Rowland Heights women who claimed the utility company kept their home in the dark after a marijuana-growing tenant racked up a $140,000 electric bill and the women refused to pay.
A popular Orange County-based retailer has come under fire for selling pot-themed clothing following complaints from a Huntington Beach parent organization.